Week in Review: Special Election Set, Redistricting

A look back at Arlington Patch's top stories from June 3-10.

As of now, registered voters will get a chance to overturn Town Meeting’s recent seasonal leaf-blower ban on Thursday, July 19.

 Make your voice heard before the School Committee's decision on Thursday, June 14.

 See if there could be a new liquor store near you.

Moses died Wednesday. She was 46.

Michael Hanna will be Stratton Elementary School's new principal. He starts July 1.

Arlington High's Rebecca Robinson had another All-State meet to remember Tuesday.

Share your memories of Reed, a recent Arlington resident, in the comments section below.

A former Arlington reporter reminisces about his short, wonderful conversation with doo-wop legend Herb Reed.

Would you like to see more outdoor seating in Arlington?

Pamela Hallett, an Arlington resident, started Monday, June 4.


There were four arrests in Arlington from Wednesday, May 30, to Tuesday, June 5.

Incidents and arrests from Monday to Tuesday, June 4-5.

Incidents and arrests from Thursday to Sunday, May 31 to June 3.

Julie Dumas, 38, emailed Sunday to update her condition.


Would your dog choose a pampered life in captivity, or the freedom that comes with the rough lifestyle of a stray?

 There are many methods to lure nature into the landscape.

 Lainey dances to Mozart.


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